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Mešavina, smeša.

1. alloy


ETYM Old Eng. alai, Old Fren. alei, French aloyer, to alloy, alier to ally. Related to Alloy.
Metal blended with some other metallic or nonmetallic substance to give it special qualities, such as resistance to corrosion, greater hardness, or tensile strength. Useful alloys include bronze, brass, cupronickel, duralumin, German silver, gunmetal, pewter, solder, steel, and stainless steel.
Among the oldest alloys is bronze, the widespread use of which ushered in the Bronze Age. Complex alloys are now common; for example, in dentistry, where a cheaper alternative to gold is made of chromium, cobalt, molybdenum, and titanium. Among the most recent alloys are superplastics: alloys that can stretch to double their length at specific temperatures, permitting, for example, their injection into molds as easily as plastic.
A mixture of two or more metals or of metallic and nonmetallic elements usually fused together or dissolving into each other when molten.

2. chowchow


1. A Chinese preserve of mixed fruits and ginger.
2. Chopped pickles in mustard sauce.
Breed of dog originating in China in ancient times. About 45 cm/1.5 ft tall, it has a broad neck and head, round catlike feet, a soft woolly undercoat with a coarse outer coat, and a mane. Its coat should be of one color, and it has an unusual blue-black tongue. chow chow, chow-chow

3. compound


Sinonimi: chemical compound

ETYM Malay kompung a village.
1. An enclosure of residences and other building (especially in the Orient).
2. A whole formed by a union of two or more elements or parts.
3. (Chemistry) A substance formed by chemical union of two or more elements or ingredients in definite proportion by weight; SYN. chemical compound.
A substance composed of two or more elements whose composition is constant. For example, table salt (sodium chloride - NACl) is a compound.

4. farrago


Confused mass of objects or people; disordered mixture.

5. hodgepodge

imenicasleng, dijalekt

A mixed mass; a medley. See Hotchpot. hodge-podge

6. hotchpotch


A stew (or thick soup) made with meat and vegetables.

7. paste


Sinonimi: library paste

ETYM Old Fren. paste, French pâte, Latin pasta. Related to Pasty, Patty.
1. An adhesive made from water and flour or starch; used on paper and paperboard; SYN. library paste.
2. Any mixture of a soft and malleable consistency.

8. potpourri


ETYM French, from pot pot + pourri, p. p. of pourrir to rot, Latin putrere. Related to Olla-podrida.
(Homonym: popery) pot-pourri.
A jar of mixed flower petals and spices used as perfume.
Mixture of dried petals and spices to scent a room; miscellany of music or literature, etc.; medley.
Mixture of dried flowers and leaves—for example, rose petals, lavender, and verbena—and spices, used to scent the air.
Also a medley, anthology, or random mixture.

9. trash


Sinonimi: scum

ETYM Cf. Icel. tros rubbish, leaves, and twigs picked up for fuel, trassi a slovenly fellow, Swed. trasa a rag, tatter.
Worthless people; SYN. scum.

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ženski rod

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1. admixture


Sinonimi: alloy

ETYM Latin admiscere, admixtum, to admix; ad + miscere to mix. Related to Mix.
1. The state of impairing the quality or reducing the value of something; SYN. alloy.
2. An additional ingredient that is added by mixing with the base
3. The act of mixing together

2. batch


Sinonimi: clutch | good deal | great deal | hatful | heap | lot | mass | mess | pile | plenty | pot | tidy sum | whole lot | whole slew

ETYM Old Eng. bache, bacche, from AS. bacan to bake; cf. German gebäck and Dutch baksel. Related to Bake.
(Irregular plural: batches).
1. A collection of things or persons to be handled together; SYN. clutch.
2. All the loaves of bread baked at the same time.
3. (Often followed by 'of') A large number or amount or extent; SYN. good deal, great deal, hatful, heap, lot, mass, mess, pile, plenty, pot, tidy sum, whole lot, whole slew.

3. composite


Sinonimi: composite plant

ETYM See Composite (adj).
Considered the most highly evolved dicotyledonous plants, characterized by florets arranged in dense heads that resemble single flowers; SYN. composite plant.
(thing) composed of a number of parts; compound.
In classical architecture, one of the five types of column. See order.
In industry, any purpose-designed engineering material created by combining single materials with complementary properties into a composite form. Most composites have a structure in which one component consists of discrete elements, such as fibers, dispersed in a continuous matrix. For example, lengths of asbestos, glass, or carbon steel, or “whiskers” (specially grown crystals a few millimeters long) of substances such as silicon carbide may be dispersed in plastics, concrete, or steel.

4. concoction


Sinonimi: mixture | intermixture

ETYM Latin concoctio.
1. An occurrence of an unusual mixture.
2. Any foodstuff made by combining different ingredients; SYN. mixture, intermixture.

5. hash


ETYM Formerly hachey, hachee, French hachis, from hacher to hash; of German origin; cf. German hippe sickle, Old High Germ. hippa, for happia. Related to Hatchet.
Chopped meat mixed with potatoes and browned.

6. medley


Sinonimi: potpourri | pastiche

ETYM Old Eng. medlee, Old Fren. meslée, medlée, mellée, French męlée. Related to Meddle, Melée, Mellay.
1. A musical composition consisting of a series of songs or other musical pieces from various sources; SYN. potpourri, pastiche.
2. A diverse assortment or mixture; especially; hodgepodge.

7. mixture


ETYM Latin mixtura, from miscere, mixtum, to mix: cf. French mixture. Related to Mix.
(Chemistry) A substance consisting of two or more substances mixed together (not in fixed proportions and not with chemical bonding).
In chemistry, a substance containing two or more compounds that still retain their separate physical and chemical properties. There is no chemical bonding between them and they can be separated from each other by physical means (compare compound).

8. paste


Sinonimi: library paste

ETYM Old Fren. paste, French pâte, Latin pasta. Related to Pasty, Patty.
1. An adhesive made from water and flour or starch; used on paper and paperboard; SYN. library paste.
2. Any mixture of a soft and malleable consistency.

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